Filmmaking on a budget [The Ultimate Guide]

We'll go through the whole process of budget filmmaking by making a short film for less than $1000! 

Music Vine is sponsoring the video by giving us/you 10% off the first licence!

For the short film we are making in this video, we are using the Canon 700D/rebel t5i with the 18-55mm kit lens, the rode videomic Pro, a broom and a reflector!

Okay, so this is going to be exciting, and I know a lot of you have been waiting for this video. If you are the type of person who wants to see the short film first, click the following timecode or go to timecode: 30:56

Here is the camera and lens we used, including a free SD card and camerabag:

And here is a video creator kit which includes a microphone:

There are many aspects of a film production and we'll go through some of those we think is important (click the preferred timecode):
1:43 - Finding the idea and writing
4:04 - Research. Finding the locations, finding actors, buying camera, microphone and light equipment.
10:24 - Shooting the film. Technicolor Cinestyle picture profile, camera angles, directing actors, blocking, lighting a scene and recording sound
20:40 - Editing. Premiere Pro CC, color grading, sound effects, adding music, Music Vine and exporting.
30:56 - The shortfilm "Coming home"


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